National Survey Reveals Correctional Technology Priorities


(05/03/2016)
Dallas-headquartered Securus Technologies — a leading provider of civil and criminal justice technology solutions for public safety, investigation, corrections and monitoring — last week announced the results of a national survey conducted at the company’s state-of-the-art, $1.5 million Technology Center.
 

University of Iowa to Debut Several Projects After 2008 Flood


(03/23/2016)
This year, the University of Iowa (UI) will finally cap years of construction work on several major projects, three of which are valued at $400 million and were funded by FEMA to replace buildings destroyed by the 2008 flood. The three projects are slated for completion mid-year and include the Hancher Auditorium, the Art Building and the Voxman Music Building.
 

Silver Spring Library Achieves LEED Gold


(03/03/2016)
The Silver Spring Library, located in Montgomery County, Md., was awarded LEED Gold certification thanks to the many energy-saving elements incorporated into its design.
 

CoxHealth’s New Medical Tower Provides All-Private Rooms

By Jessie Fetterling
(01/20/2016)
CoxHealth’s Cox Medical Center South in Springfield recently completed a new West Tower addition, which houses the new Dee Ann White Women’s and Children’s hospital and the Jared Neuroscience Center.
 

Parkland Health Opens Updated $1.3 Billion Hospital in Dallas


(01/20/2016)
On Aug. 20, the Parkland Health and Hospital System opened the doors of a new $1.3 billion facility that replaces the old emergency room, which was built in 1954 and beginning to fall apart.
 

Randolph Field ISD Preps for New High School Building


(01/06/2016)
Randolph Field Independent School District in Universal City recently began site development work to prepare for the installation of a new two-story, 47,400-square-foot school facility.
 

Construction Begins on Houston’s Joint Processing Center


(12/29/2015)
Construction on the $100 million Joint Processing Center in Houston officially began in late October, and is scheduled to last 24 months.
 

Parkland Health Opens Updated $1.3 Billion Hospital in Dallas


(12/22/2015)
On Aug. 20, the Parkland Health and Hospital System opened the doors of a new $1.3 billion facility that replaces the old emergency room, which was built in 1954 and beginning to fall apart.
 

New Energy-Efficient Complex to Open on the Missouri Riverfront


(09/09/2015)
A new, green multi-family apartment complex, situated on the riverfront near the Missouri River, is set to break ground this October.

Salt Lake City Leaders Honor Green Building Owners

By Jenny Ivy Byrne
(08/05/2015)
Salt Lake City lawmakers and city leaders honored in mid-July the winners of the Project Skyline Mayor’s Challenge 2015 Awards. Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker, Kathleen Hogan, deputy Assistant secretary for energy efficiency for the U.S. Department of Energy and Matthew Dalbey, director of the Office of Sustainable Communities for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, joined together to honor the winners.